Kb Injection During Menstruation?
Hello doctor, get on with it, I have changed a few months to the injection for 1 month, last April I was given a schedule back to me on April 13th, as in the previous month I always wanted you to menstruate, the midwife suggested to you when I was menstruating , before the midwife suggested that I return to my family during menstruation on the fifth day, I menstruate on 5, clean on 11, I made contact with my husband before I returned on 13, my question, is my family included late? Can it cause to get pregnant soon? please answer, thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Birth control injections are a method of delaying pregnancy by injecting certain hormones into the body, and later these hormones will disrupt the balance of natural hormones and make it difficult for eggs and sperm to meet.
There are two types of family planning available, which are done every 1 month, and which is done every 3 months. The difference aside from the time span is the content of the injected hormone. However, the effects given are the same if used regularly.
Regarding your question, basically as long as you do the injection on the same date or on schedule, you will not be categorized too early or late. But what needs to be understood is actually for the second birth control injection and so on, there is no need to take into account the menstrual cycle. The first injection requires consideration of menstruation the reason that as much as possible when menstruation stops, the contraception is working. Therefore it is done when menstruation so that there are no moments of intercourse when contraception has not worked, and if you still want to have sex, it is recommended to use a condom as a safety.
In the second injection and so on, the contraception has worked from the time of the first injection, so there is no need to consider the menstrual cycle, let alone hormonal contraceptives such as KB injections have irregular menstrual side effects. So if you follow the menstrual cycle and the person is menstruating irregularly or even not menstruating at all because of the effects of contraception, the injection schedule can be messy.
But despite all that, each type of contraception, especially those that do not involve surgery, does still have the possibility of pregnancy, although it is very small. So if you are late for your period, you should immediately do a pregnancy check using the testpack. So, hopefully answering your question.